LINDA WEINTRAUB – WHAT’S NEXT? ECO MATERIALISM AND CONTEMPORARY ART
ART|SCI AND DMA LECTURE SERIES
April 18, 2017, 5:30 pm
The UCLA Art|Sci Center presents Ecocentric Art + Science Week with Linda Weintraub, co-sponsored with the department of Design|Media Arts and the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at UCLA!
Art|Sci artist-in-residence and author, Linda Weintraub’s forthcoming book: WHAT’S NEXT? Eco Materialism and Contemporary Art provides the opportunity for professors and students from multiple academic disciplines to share their predictions of the way ecology will impact the theory, practice, insight, re-evaluation, or revision in their discipline in the coming years.
Come whenever you can. Stay as long as you wish. Share your thoughts, too!
18 APR | LECTURE
WHAT’S NEXT? Eco Materialism and Contemporary Art, with Linda Weintraub
6:00–8:00pm | EDA, #1250 Broad Art Center
19 & 20 APR | OPEN WORKSHOPS
Welcome to My Woods
one-hour workshops with Linda Weintraub
You are invited to an interactive exhibition by Linda Weintraub exploring Ecological Materialism and Contemporary Art, the focus of her forthcoming book. Linda will be present at the UCLA Art|Sci Gallery to meet students, introduce her new project, and guide interactions. RSVP via Eventbrite.
Wednesday, 19 Apr 2017
12:00–1:00pm | open registration
1:00–2:00pm | open registration
4:00–5:00pm | open registration
5:00–6:00pm | open registration
6:00–7:00pm | open registration
Thursday, 20 Apr 2017
12:00pm–2:00pm | open registration
4:00pm–7:00pm | closed for Honors 177: Biotech + Art students only
UCLA Art|Sci Gallery, Room #5419 California NanoSystems Institute
Art|Sci is also hosting an open-mic marathon symposium on Friday, 21 April—everyone is invited to participate in the discussion and round out their Ecocentric Art+Science Week!
21 APR | OPEN-MIC MARATHON SYMPOSIUM
ECOCENTRIC ART+SCIENCE: Prophesies and Predictions
with Linda Weintraub / James Gimzewski / Olivia Osborne / Ursula Heise* / Charles Taylor / David Ertel + Symrin Chawla / Jon Christensen
1:00–6:00pm | RSVP via Eventbrite
CNSI Auditorium, California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA (* to be confirmed)